Each Monday we bring you a random selection of tunes to help you start the week off right. Make a music selection by leaving a comment below and we will add it to next week’s selection. Hope everyone enjoys the tunes. Cheers guys.
Remember #FakeAoki? Aka Perth photographer Jarrad Seng, who pulled an A+ prank on punters at Stereosonic by convincing them he was top-billed DJ Steve Aoki – and filmed the whole damn thing. Well, he’s made his way into the trolling Hall of Fame once again, this time with the help of the real-life, cake-tossing Aoki. The pair conducted another ‘social experiment’ on the revellers at Melbourne Stereosonic last weekend in which Seng tossed on his fake beard and rave gear once more while #RealAoki tagged along posing as his photographer.
Tommorowland is apparently one of the festivals where the drugs find you. All kinds of crazy psychedelic substances will be available to you as dealers run around like pigs in mud. It’s up to you whether you decide to take that path or not. Whatever the choice, party hard but most of all party safe, and don’t forget your flag and underpants.
As you’re no doubt aware if you have ears — my apologies to anyone who doesn’t — there is a lot of screaming in metal music. For those of us who like the genre, this is a good thing, but it’s not to everybody’s tastes. However, what may help is setting those screams to scenes from famous films. A metal band should take this idea and run with it, using clips from movies in one of their music videos. It’s guaranteed to go viral.
Rudebrat made this awesome remix of RL Grime & What So Not’s ‘Tell Me’, then some other legends came along and made the incredible video to go along with it. This sh*t is beast!
Footage has emerged of a wild brawl from Stereosonic music festival that left a man unconscious on the dance floor. The disturbing vision shows a group of about 20 men wildly swinging punches at each other at the festival’s Sydney event. Security guards can be seen attempting to stop the brawl from growing but the sheer size of the group and the actual size of the men involved proved difficult to get under control.
With ‘Shady XV’ in stores today, Eminem debuts his inspirational new video for the project’s lead single, “Guts Over Fear,” featuring Sia. In the video, the storyline follows a on-the-rise boxer who has to deal with a number of life’s adversities, such as marital issues, past-due bills, and being evicted, all while he stays locked in on his goal, doing whatever it takes to achieve it.
The newest addition to Sepultura’s lineup, drummer Eloy Casagrande, just recorded a high energy performance in studio playing the track Manipulation of Tragedy. You don’t wanna miss this. Shout out to the legendary Derrick Green for the showing us the light.